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Old 07-29-2006, 12:11 AM   #21
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heh, I had something like that happen to me at Friendly Ford in Crosby once, only it was a wholesale deal, I picked up a truck and resold it, four months go by, they call me up and say they need it back. I said "What are you talking about?" They said the financing fell through on the deal and they needed the truck back. So they had been letting someone drive for MONTHS in a brand new truck, run up all kinds of miles and they were never even approved to buy the thing.
so i dont get it you got the truck from a dealer and sold it hten the dealer wanted it back? :dontknow: im dumb
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Old 07-29-2006, 12:28 AM   #22
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after reading over everything im not so sure this guy was really on the up and up about everything
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Old 07-29-2006, 12:59 AM   #24
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so i dont get it you got the truck from a dealer and sold it hten the dealer wanted it back? :dontknow: im dumb

First you gotta understand, I sell cars for a living. So I (as a business) wholesaled a trade-in from that dealership.. someone traded it in for lets say $1, I paid the dealership $1.25 then resold it for $1.75. After I had sold it, the dealership where I bought it from wanted it back because the person who traded it in originally could not get financed (after 4 months of trying) for a new vehicle they HAD BEEN DRIVING.

Quite possibly the dumbest things I had ever witnessed in my life. I don't even see how it was able to happen, But it did.
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First you gotta understand, I sell cars for a living. So I (as a business) wholesaled a trade-in from that dealership.. someone traded it in for lets say $1, I paid the dealership $1.25 then resold it for $1.75. After I had sold it, the dealership where I bought it from wanted it back because the person who traded it in originally could not get financed (after 4 months of trying) for a new vehicle they HAD BEEN DRIVING.

Quite possibly the dumbest things I had ever witnessed in my life. I don't even see how it was able to happen, But it did.
ok i missed the part where you sold cars
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Old 07-29-2006, 01:02 AM   #26
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hahaha^^

I had heard about this happening a few years ago. It was in the tv news. I forgot what they named this type of practice.
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First you gotta understand, I sell cars for a living. So I (as a business) wholesaled a trade-in from that dealership.. someone traded it in for lets say $1, I paid the dealership $1.25 then resold it for $1.75. After I had sold it, the dealership where I bought it from wanted it back because the person who traded it in originally could not get financed (after 4 months of trying) for a new vehicle they HAD BEEN DRIVING.

Quite possibly the dumbest things I had ever witnessed in my life. I don't even see how it was able to happen, But it did.
That happen to a lady i know, gave her one truck 2 months later took it back and said that cant finance her and give her another truck and after 2 more months they want that truck back still saying they cant finace her. All the while they never paid off her trade in so she had to pay for that truck that she did not even have. So she wanted her old truck that she had traded in back and they said they couldnt find it, that went on for a few months until they got channel 13 involved and they found her truck in less than 24 hrs.
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he still has the keys,so if i was him i would go get my vehicle
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thats BS that they are not considering this as a criminal case.. they had no right to take back the truck. they fuc*ed up and was upset that he didn't return the truck "in-good faith"... the sealership screws all their customers over left and right, why should this guy give them back a truck they agreed on selling to him at that certain price. this is retarded, i hope this happens to me because i will fuc the dealer so hard it wouldn't be funny. i'm going to talk to my neighbor about this, i am sure he is going to laugh... (him and his wife are lawyers)
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anyone who knows anything about law can tell you that this case would revolve around contract theory and agency theory. And if he sues, he will win. He had reason to believe that the salesman's conduct could bind the dealership into the deal, and the contract will be valid even if the manager says the contract required his signature.
the only question is, is it worth paying a lawyer to take the case?
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anyone who knows anything about law can tell you that this case would revolve around contract theory and agency theory. And if he sues, he will win. He had reason to believe that the salesman's conduct could bind the dealership into the deal, and the contract will be valid even if the manager says the contract required his signature.
the only question is, is it worth paying a lawyer to take the case?
is it possible that he(the buyer) could force the dealership to pay for is attorney fees for starting this mess? (if he wins)
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well most of the time a plaintiff's lawyer is going to take a percentage of the winnings in texas.

And there would be the issue of the manner of payment I wasn't really paying attention in my payment systems class to know enough about a "hold check" and all that.
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